January 01, 2019

Chair's Column

Alexandria Hien McCombs, Humana, Irving, TX

As we welcome a new year, we reflect upon last year’s notable events, successes, and disappointments and generate an aspirational list of resolutions for 2019. Aspirational is the key word. Research shows that most New Year’s resolutions fail by February. Typical reasons include: 1) the absence of a SMART (specific, measureable, attainable, relevant, and timely) goal, 2) discouragement leading to inconsistent execution and unwillingness to change, and 3) lack of social support. As we formulate our resolutions—or SMART goals—for 2019, here are three guiding principles to customize.

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